Climate Devastation In Arizona

Experts tell us that Arizona is in a permanent drought. Visualize the horror they are facing this morning

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8 Responses to Climate Devastation In Arizona

  1. docfjs says:

    Rainfall in Tucson has been average or much above average for 2015. It has been a wetter summer than average.
    Last night’s storm on Tucson’s south side pushed the year’s total rainfall above normal.

    Tucson International Airport, the city’s official recording site, reported 0.67″ of rain Monday night. That’s 3.51″ total for July — making this the 20th wettest July on record — and 4.53″ so far in 2012. Normally, Tucson sees 4.16″ at this point.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Arizona is usually dry. That is why it is called a desert.

  3. emsnews says:

    The saguaros are all pretty fat this summer!

  4. emsnews says:

    Here in Upstate NY, the high for today was…74 degrees F. The low was an amazing 49 degrees F. Sunny skies, wind from the Arctic and way, way below normal for this time of year.

  5. gregole says:

    Know what? It was an amazing and gorgeous spring. This summer has been a mild one in comparison to a hot summer here. Also the monsoon condition has hit early this year – I got rain here in Tempe, Arizona getting out of my car after work on Tuesday. I got soaked.

    It’s actually quite nice here in the American desert Southwest. I love it here and I am grateful that predictions made by the usual cast of characters have turned out to be totally wrong. Someone actually troubled themselves to write an entire book about what a horrid place this is:

    Nonsense. This place rocks and I’ve lived all over and traveled all over. Phoenix is really nice. And Arizona is phenomenally nice. If you don’t believe me, come out and visit. You’ll see for yourself.

  6. juanmirre says:

    Reblogged this on co2gasoflife and commented:
    Just like the Sahara

  7. Ernest Bush says:

    Travelled from Yuma to Prescott, AZ, this weekend. Even the desert looks spring green. It rained like the dickens up there and it was extremely cool. Yuma is still below normal in temperature at the moment as it has been for a few weeks.

  8. Barbara Stockwell says:

    Wow! I love how many of the good “posters” at this site live in and/or love Arizona. Me, too! I have lived down near the Mexican border all of my adult life. We are a beautiful green now, too. The hills are at their best, look like Ireland. Our rains started earlier than usual and even though I have been away for the last two weeks, it looks like we got more rain down here today. Flagstaff was dry this last week, but cloudy as I left this morning. Arizona is the best!!

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